Monthly Archives: March 2014
Try one of my two books, Musket and Mobcap or Summer of Red Rain. Both middle grade novels take place in 1777, but in differ parts of New York State. Musket and Mobcap is about Sybil Ludington and Enoch Crosby. … Continue reading
I am available for an author visit via Skype. Contact me at: www.stdavisauthor.com
Come to the Literary Festival in Millbrook. Many authors will be there and Merritt Books will be there. See the information at this site. http://www.millbrookbookfestival.org/ I look forward to seeing you there. You can buy my two books, Musket and … Continue reading
Are you looking for a middle grade historical fiction novel for your students or for a book report for your child? Look no further! My book, Musket and Mobcap, will suit your needs. My second book, Summer of Red Rain, … Continue reading
If so, maybe you need a book-report book or just a good read, that will drop you into the culture and life style of the time period. Please take a look at one of my two books, Musket and Mobcap and … Continue reading
I’ve been reading and exploring on the internet some of the information available in this issue of Writer’s Digest. I am especially interested in marketing my two middle grade historical fiction novels, Musket and Mobcap and Summer of Red Rain. … Continue reading
If you are looking for a quick novel on the American Revolution, check out the Merritt Bookstore for my two middle grade historical fiction chapter books. Also check out the Literary Festival to be held in June.
I had a great time with the fourth grade students at Regina Coeli school in Hyde Park. They have just finished reading my book, Musket and Mobcap. We talked about colonial dress, colonial games, and they even prepared a colonial … Continue reading
I am looking forward to a school visit next week with the students in Regina Coeli School in Hyde Park. I will be going in 18th century dress and will be talking about my book, Musket and Mobcap.
Have you started reading Musket and Mobcap with your class? If so, I would be happy to do an author visit. If you are local I can come in person, but I am also willing to come electronically if you … Continue reading